Froedtert Health Chooses Medworxx for Policy & Document Management

Medworxx brings Wisconsin-based US client, Froedtert Health, into the fold on Compliance and Education solution.

TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Medworxx Inc. (“Medworxx”) (TSXV: MWX), a leader in clinical patient flow, compliance and education solutions, today announces their expansion of the enterprise wide Policy and Document Management System (PDMS) license at Froedtert Health in Wisconsin, US, for all of its 4,500 employees. With a strong North America client base and more than 140 healthcare organizations in Canada, Medworxx Compliance and Education Solution supports The Joint Commission regulatory guidelines, escalating solid uptake of the Medworxx Solution.

“Medworxx PDMS allows us to manage large volumes of documents in an efficient manner that protects both the patient and healthcare provider,” said Hector Joseph, Chief Technology Officer, for Froedtert Health. “Because we have various hospital and clinic sites, we needed a robust system that supports multiple levels of reports to give us access to the information we need.”

With three Wisconsin hospital sites in West Bend, Menomonee Falls, and Milwaukee, and a number of clinic locations throughout Waukesha and Washington counties, Medworxx PDMS ensures that healthcare providers at Froedtert Health have access to the information they need, when they need it. Froedtert Health joins the Medworxx PDMS community that includes Hamilton Health Sciences Center, ON, Nova Scotia Department of Health, and Premier Health Partners in Ohio, US.

“Medworxx PDMS clients are now able to take unstructured documents and organize them in an easy format with audit and tracking capabilities, critical for improving patient safety and simplifying hospital compliance initiatives,” said Dan Matlow, CEO and President of Medworxx. “Essentially, Medworxx PDMS allows organizations to easily create and deploy relevant content, and provide enterprise-wide access to policy and other regulatory requirements.”

About Froedtert

Froedtert Health is a regional hospital system made up of Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee; Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls; St. Joseph’s Hospital, West Bend; and the Froedtert Health Medical Group, with clinic locations throughout Waukesha and Washington counties. Joining the capabilities of an academic medical center affiliated with The Medical College of Wisconsin, two community hospitals and primary care and multi-specialty clinics, Froedtert Health delivers highly coordinated, cost-effective health care to residents of southeastern Wisconsin and beyond. In 2009, combined adult patient admissions for the three hospitals exceeded 39,700. For more information:

About Medworxx

Medworxx delivers health information technology solutions to over 300 clients internationally; including Canada, United States and United Kingdom. Medworxx helps hospitals meet patient flow challenges, and requirements in compliance and education. Medworxx Utilization Management System—flagship of Medworxx PF that also includes bed optimization and independent assessment components—currently serves over 30% of the acute care beds in Canada. Founded in 2004, Medworxx Inc. is based in Toronto, ON, and publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange: MWX


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Dan Matlow, 1-800-321-1591 or 416-642-1278 x311
President and Chief Executive Officer
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